Okay, I’ll admit it — I’m a pretty big fan of this year’s Pantone color of the year, Marsala. There’s just something about this rich color that lends an air of elegance and drama to a wedding day, which is made all the more evident by today’s vintage marsala wedding inspiration! This gorgeous styled shoot was put together by a team of vendors in Montreal, which means you’ve also got a hint of French flair to the inspiration, so how can you go wrong?
Some highlights from this shoot includes beautiful fur stoles on the bride and bridesmaid, a swoon-worthy naked cake and a bride who’s rocking marsala-colored hair…Aren’t you dying to see more of this vintage marsala wedding inspiration by now? Captured beautifully by Jessica Grenon Photography and styled by Narcisse Atelier Boutique, get more of this beautiful styled shoot after the jump!
How stunning is that naked cake? We love the rustic and dramatic flowers that Les Mains Fleuries added to the dessert table… and of course the pops of marsala are to die for! Let us know what your favorite part of this big day is in the comments!
Photographer: Jessica Grenon | Dress designer: Narcisse atelier boutique | Tuxedo: Classy tuxedo | Flowers: Les mains fleuries | Cake and cupcake: Gâte-toi | Fur: Les fourrures MOS | Invitation cards: Jessica Grenon | Makeup: Laurence Auclair | Hair: Jade Surprenant, Salon L’imagine-Hair | Models: Bride, Catherine Therrrien; Groom, Guillaume Séguin; Bridemaid, Carolie Joly